Sir, – Whether Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn grants a Section 30 order allowing a second referendum during the first term of a Labour government – or only after it has ended, or at some other time, or not at all – it is clear his priority is bringing the country back together and dealing with Brexit.
Thousands braved the cold on Thursday night to cheer the switch-on of Broughty Ferry’s Christmas lights.
A bridge inspector who turned to drug dealing to pay for his cocaine habit after losing his job was jailed for 30 months on Friday.
Sir, – The famous figure of £350 million a week, emblazoned on the Vote Leave campaign bus and purported to be the bonus to the NHS if the UK left the EU, has long since been discredited. But is still talked about.
The brother of missing Corrie McKeague has saved the airman’s “loved” first car, which has been on an RAF base since he vanished more than three years ago.
Sir, – We will always have rain.
An influx of wild campers and motor homes in Highland Perthshire has sparked calls for beauty spots to be protected.
Following a tough year for retailers, processors and producers, signs are now appearing of the first tender green shoots of some recovery in Scotland’s beef sector.
Sir, – I see regular letters denying the changes to our world are anything to do with our actions and I wonder: if not us, then what?
Architecture students have shown how they would complete a historic Dundee church.